Les Brillas, a top-of-the-range campsite in Les Moutiers en Retz
Some 1,200 metres from the beach of Les Moutiers en Retz in the vicinity of Pornic, within the Loire Atlantique department, the Les Brillas campsite is located. A member of the top-of-the-range group Cybèle Vacances from summer 2020, this campsite has a multitude of surprises in store for you...
A new member of the Cybèle Vacances family
Taken over in 2020, the Les Brillas campsite has on this occasion become the 4th campsite in the Cybèle Vacances group. Located in the village of Les Moutiers en Retz, a family seaside resort on a human scale, on the Côte de Jade (Jade Coast), in the Loire Atlantique in the vicinity of Pornic, this establishment has already benefited from a multitude of investments to move upmarket. There is thus no doubt that it will gain one or even two more stars in the years to come.
This property is 1,200 metres from the Atlantic Ocean and the Hermitage beach. It occupies a plot of a few hectares located well away from the town, where the focus is on peace and nature. Holidaymakers who come to stay here can enjoy both the space and tranquillity of the grounds. The pitches are spacious and can accommodate tents, caravans, standard campers and fully fitted camper vans.
All plots enjoy a 6-amp electrical connection and the entire grounds have strong Wi-Fi network coverage. The Les Moutiers en Retz Les Brillas campsite also has holiday rentals taking the form of mobile homes and bungalow tents. Moreover, the bungalow tents enjoy a paved covered terrace, with a garden furniture set.
Modern and comfortable mobile homes
The Les Brillas campsite also offers for hire numerous mobile homes including the most modern belonging to the Féérique (Magical) range, with 3 bedrooms and able to accommodate between 6 to 8 people, and the Emotion range, with 3 bedrooms, having the capacity for a maximum of 6 individuals.
This campsite features a delightful water park, where within an indoor enclosure, there is a large swimming pool, a children’s pool and a mushroom sprinkler. Around the enclosure there is an outdoor sunbathing area with numerous sunbeds. Opposite the swimming pool is the terrace of the bar - restaurant, which offers eat-in or takeaway catering.
Open every day from April to September, it is home to a bread outlet and a grocery shop for emergencies. Themed meals take place here, as do a multitude of lively evenings.
A camping holiday on the Côte de Jade in the Loire Atlantique
Amongst the other campsite attractions, note the presence of a multi sports ground, with a sports course, several pétanque grounds, ping-pong tables and a games room with table football and billiard tables. There is a mini-farm with rabbits, sheep, goats, geese, a pony and other animals. A play area with an inflatable structure and a trampoline is also available for the young, who can have fun in the children’s club in July and August, as well as on pre-season Saturday mornings on bank holiday weekends. Three times a week during summer, activities and entertainment for teenagers also take place.
Holidaymakers staying on the Les Brillas campsite can make the most of the campsite’s geographical location to go off to explore the wonders of the south of the Loire Atlantique, but also the neighbouring Vendée region. Thus amongst all of the tourist attractions of significance to discover in the vicinity of the campsite are the seaside resort of Pornic, and the wildlife park Planète Sauvage. The latter is France’s largest safari park, located in Port Saint Père, less than half an hour by road from Les Brillas.
We might also mention the Noirmoutier peninsula (a “peninsula” island off the Vendée coast), the Ile d’Yeu island, and the theme parks Legendia Parc (themed around wildlife) and the Parc du Puy du Fou (with the focus upon history), as well as the port town of Saint Nazaire. Its naval shipyards build the largest ocean liners in the world here. The town is home to numerous tourist attractions linked to the world of transatlantic voyages, but also a former submarine base from the Second World War. You can visit Espadon, the first French submarine to have dived below the ice field.